The family own the vineyards in the region of Alto Najerilla and is aged between 40-60 years. The vines on this land are tempranillo grapes, garnachas and viura. Alto Najerilla is a land consistent with hills that intersect and slopes with various orientations and terraces and has a contintental and Mediterranean climate. The average height of the vineyards is 600 meters above sea level. In this land wine has been made since the Middle Ages.
The soil in which the grape plants grow are clay-calcareous alluvial with boulders. There are small plots of old vineyards where we pick the garnacha grape that are difficult to access by tractor. There is little production of these vineyards whose grapes now have great complexity to its structure due to the old age of the plant.